Developer Settings

After you sign up for a developer account, go to the Developer Settings section of the app dashboard to edit your account details. Change your email, notifications, sample app, and documentation settings.

In the upper right corner of your dashboard, hover over the profile image. Select Developer Settings from the drop-down menu.

Contact Settings

Click the Contact tab to change your email, edit notification settings for Urgent updates, Conversations, Product updates, and Blog & Documentation updates, or delete your Facebook developer account.

Notification Settings

You can click All On, All Off, or customize by selecting individual items and the delivery method for each. To customize, click the notification type, Urgent, Conversations, Products, or Blogs & Docs, then select the the individual items dropdown menu to the right.

Urgent Updates

Get urgent updates that may require an action from you to prevent your app from breaking.

Urgent NotificationDescriptionAvailable Delivery Methods

API Rate Limiting

Alerts about nearing and hitting the rate limit for API requests.

Email, On Facebook

App Status

Alerts about changes in app status including when the app is made public or deleted.

Email, On Facebook

Moratoriums & Restrictions

Alerts about moratoriums/restrictions placed on your app.

Email, On Facebook

Platform Status Updates That May Affect Your Apps

Platform status updates that directly affect any of your apps.

Email

Privacy Policy

Updates on the status of your app's privacy policy url.

Email, On Facebook

Webhooks

Alerts about your existing Webhooks subscriptions.

Email, On Facebook

Version Deprecation

Alerts about a version upgrade affecting your app.

Email, On Facebook

Conversations

Get direct responses from Facebook about the status of your app.

Conversations NotificationsDescriptionAvailable Delivery Methods

App Review

Alerts about app review status updates.

Email, On Facebook

Appeals

Updates on the status of your appeals.

Email, On Facebook

Bugs

Alerts about reported bugs for your app.

Email, On Facebook, Messenger

Developer Circles

Updates on the status of the Developer Circles program.

Email

Direct Support Questions

Alerts about direct support questions.

Email, On Facebook

FBStart

Alerts about the FbStart program.

Email, On Facebook

Product updates

Get updates of Facebook platform products you use.

Product NotificationsDescriptionAvailable Delivery Methods

Analytics

Get data and trends for your apps.

Email

Audience Network

Alerts about your ad placements with Audience Network.

Email, On Facebook

Gameroom Native

Updates on Gameroom Native changes.

Email, On Facebook

Login & API Errors

Alerts about when your app throws errors during login or for other API calls.

Email, On Facebook

Marketing API

Alerts about your app's integration with the Marketing API.

Email, On Facebook

Open Graph

Open Graph approval status updates.

Email, On Facebook

Payments

Alerts about canvas payment and payout updates.

Email, On Facebook

Platform Announcements

New products, events, surveys and more.

Email

Blog & Documentation updates

Get updates of blog posts and documentation you're subscribed to.

Blogs & Docs NotificationsDescriptionAvailable Delivery Methods

Developer Blog Digests

Get the Developer Blog Digest.

Email

Developer Blog Posts

Get notified about every new Developer blog post.

Email

Instant Articles Developer Blog Posts

Get notified about every new Instant Articles blog post.

Email

Marketing API Blog Digests

Get the Marketing API Blog Digest.

Email

Marketing API Blog Posts

Get notified about every new Marketing API blog post.

Email

Marketing API Breaking Changes

Get notified about breaking changes to the Marketing API.

Email

Delete Your Developer Account

Deleting your developer account will delete all your apps. If you are the only admin of an app, all app information will be lost. Recreating your account will not return access to your apps.

Sample App Settings

Click on the Sample App tab to add the Android Key Hash of your sample app.

Documentation Settings

Click on the Documentation tab to select a default programming language from the dropdown menu that will be used in the developer documentation code examples.